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to happen this weekend? be closer to a deal than first appeared. i'm told that paul ryan and murray, the two negotiators for that house and senate respectively are on a path way to a deal. still remaines over the details. progress is being made is the last word i got. bigger question is to whatever agreement they might be ite to come up with, can pass muster with their colleagues in the house and senate? that's an open question. the two are going to be at it weekend communicating with their staffs, working directly in washington trying to resolve some of the differences between them. deadline is next friday, december 13. but the real deadline they face is january 15. the government, once again, runs out of money. the key components of the deal they're looking at, it would set spending levels for one or two years for the federal government. they're preferring two years it would replace those automatic spending cuts, the sequestration through a mix of savings and some newas and revenue. but it would noint involve any any new taxnvolve increases or title reforms. they are avoiding some of those
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